Grateful Dead Live at Golden Hall, Community Concourse on 1979-11-23
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Alabama Getaway-> Promised Land, They Love Each Other, Me & My Uncle-> Big River, High Time, Minglewood Blues, Stagger Lee, Easy To Love You, Looks Like Rain-> Deal
The Music Never Stopped-> Sugaree, Estimated Prophet-> Eyes Of The World-> Drums-> Not Fade Away-> Black Peter-> Good Lovin', E: U.S. Blues
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|Alabama Getaway >|
|They Love Each Other|
|Me & My Uncle >|
|Easy To Love You|
|Looks Like Rain >|
|The Music Never Stopped >|
|Estimated Prophet >|
|Eyes Of The World >|
|Not Fade Away >|
|Black Peter >|
- 2010-05-05 06:43:46
- San Diego, CA
- Run time
- 2 x Nak cm700's >> Sony TC-D5 >> MAC >> Nakamichi CR7a => Korg MR-1000 >> DSF [1-bit 5.6448 MHz Stereo] >> Korg MR-1000 => Korg AudioGate >> WAV [24/96]
- Taped by
- Reinhart Holwein
- Transferred by
- Bob Menke and David Minches and Derek McCabe
Subject: Are You Kidding Me
Subject: Brent steps up nicely in Estimated
I would only add that in the Estimated Brent overcomes his usual reluctance to venture into more jazz-inflected odysseys by tripping out nicely just before the extended Jerry solo.
Brent always frustrated me , with his obvious technical competence but often somewhat lowbrow rendering of Dead material. He rarely rose into the cerebral element, where I'm sure he could have performed capably if it had been to his taste.
So this is a welcome exception...............
Subject: Monster Show! Good Recording.
After being heartbroken with Jerry's vocal breakdown and disappointed with the 28th of October, the 27th not being much better, it's nice to see Jerry in reasonably good voice tonight. That was not typical for 1979 and would have been the only drag on this inspired evening - ol' Jer just being able to vocally hold it together through Black Peter. The "X" Factor is definitely in da room hanging around with a great fifteen minute Sugaree out of a good TMNS. The only few down sides are a little oversaturation in those two that can't be fixed and a U.S. Blues taken from another, lesser quality recording. I deciding to add a little pep to Alabama > Promised Land by shortening its length thirty seconds in Sound Forge and shortening TLEO by sixty seconds as well; gave the show some reverb since this audience recording is so stark; and added treble with the recording being just a touch flat. Thanks guys for the tape, the transferring, and the upload. It helps renew my faith in 1979.
Subject: love it
big thanks to motb
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